CHARACTER VILLA WITH CONTEMPORARY ADDITIONS IN ULTRA-CONVENIENT LOCALE
This character c.1910 stone-fronted Villa is privately set behind secure fencing with landscaped low maintenance grounds, with interiors combining character charm and modern updates that cater for an easy and enjoyable lifestyle.
Located to enjoy the best of Parkside living, with easy reach to Glen Osmond Road, Duthy and Hutt Street Precincts and the café lifestyle, shopping, and easy CBD access with public transport links. With bike and walking trails nearby, plus several great parks, the home is also set close to several excellent schooling options, including zoning for Glenunga International High School and a short walk from Parkside Primary School.
- Character features, high ceilings, leadlight, ornate fireplaces - Wide and inviting arched entry hallway with polished Baltic pine floorboards - Spacious living and meals area with north-facing doors opening to undercover outdoor entertaining - Updated kitchen with dishwasher and gas cooking, stainless steel appliances - Two bedrooms with ornate working fireplaces, polished floorboards and built-in robes - Optional third bedroom or study/home office - Updated bathroom with separate shower and bath, combined laundry - Ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning - Electric roller door for secure parking with internal access - Easy care landscaped grounds set behind private secure fence
CT Reference - 5894/910 Council Rates - $1,861.85 p/a Land Size - 363sqm (approx) Year Built - 1910 Total Build area - 171.45sqm (approx)
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